Nashville

Still no motive, still no explosive

This video suggests the reason why

No motive and, so far, not a word about the explosives used.

It should take no longer than 24 hours to gather and assess the explosive used.

In a crime, you need motive, means, and opportunity.

We’re missing all three.

All we know is his RV was parked in front of the AT&T building when it exploded and that before the explosion there was a human voice warning telling people to evacuate the area.

In other censored news

Could the report about Luke Letlow be any vaguer?

“Louisiana Rep.-elect Luke Letlow died while battling COVID-19, suffered a heart attack following a procedure, a hospital official said.”

A “procedure.”

My guess is he had the flu, a positive CoVid test, they intubated him “for a bit” and killed him.

I love that phrase: “a prodecure.”

If they vented him, it is frightfully easy to kill someone – all he needs is an allergic reaction one fo the 8 to 15 powerful drugs they use to induce and maintain the coma a fully vented patient has to be put in.

No one can Google? “Hydrogen explosion in Uninterruptible Power Source (UPS) battery room. Blew 400 sq foot hole in roof, collapsed walls & ceilings throughout building, significant damage to a large portion of 50,000 sq. building” (2001)

Similar accident: Massive hydrogen explosion in uninterrutped power supply (UPS) battery room

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